Indra Waterfall, Latehar – Places to Visit, How to reach, Things to do, Photos

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Indra Waterfall is an untouched waterfall in Jharkhand. Located in the Tubed village of Latehar district, this waterfall is the ultimate offbeat destination you are searching for. Know more about timings, tickets, stays, tips and things to do in Indra Waterfall.


Where is Indra Waterfall located?

Indra Waterfall is located in the Latehar district of Jharkhand. Latehar district is almost covered under forest and therefore is rich in forest resources. The district also houses one of the Tiger Reserves of India, Betla National Park.

What is the height of the Indra Waterfall?

The height of the Indra waterfall is 30 feet.

Weather at Indra Waterfall

Indra Waterfall and the nearby areas enjoy a tropical climate. Summers range from the month of March to June with the temperature ranging between 30 to 35-degree centigrade. The rainy season begins in the month of July and continues till the month of September. The winter season ranges between November to February with the temperature dropping as low as 10 to 12 degrees centigrades.

Best time to visit Indra Waterfall

During Monsoon i.e in the month of August and September, the waterfall is at its best. However, the best time to visit the fall for a picnic or for a road trip is in the winters, i.e from the month of November to February.

What is the ticket price at Indra Waterfall?

Indra Waterfall has free entry.

What is the timing of the Indra Waterfall?

The falls remain open for 24 hours but it is advisable to avoid going to the fall after sunset as it is located in an isolated place.

Which is the nearest town of Indra Waterfall?

The town of Latehar is the nearest town of Indra Waterfall.

The distance of Indra Waterfall from Latehar

  • 15.1 km via NH39
Indra Waterfall Latehar
Indra Waterfall Latehar

Which is the nearest railway station from the Indra Waterfall?

Latehar (Station Code: LTHR), is the nearest railway station from Indra Waterfall located at a distance of 18.2 km via Railway Station Rd.

Which is the nearest airport from Indra Waterfall?

Birsa Munda Airport, Ranchi located at a distance of 127.2 km via NH39.

How to reach Indra Waterfall from Kolkata?

By Rail

To reach Indra Waterfall from Howrah, board a train from Howrah Junction to Latehar. It is 10 hrs to 11 hrs journey. Take a cab or auto from Latehar to Indra Waterfall.

The distance from Latehar to Indra Waterfall

  • 18.2 km via Railway Station Rd.

By road

You can self-drive from Kolkata to Indra Waterfall in your car or can rent a cab.

The distance from Kolkata to Indra Waterfall

  • 538.0 km via NH19.
  • 533.2 km via NH18.

By air

Take a flight from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, Kolkata to Birsa Munda Airport, Ranchi. It takes approx one to one and a half hours to reach Ranchi by air. After reaching take a cab from the airport to Indra Waterfall.

The distance from Birsa Munda Airport to Indra Waterfall

  • 127.2 km via NH39.
  • 131.7 km via Medininagar – Balumath Rd.

Is Indra Waterfall safe for tourists?

Yes, Indra Waterfall is safe for tourists. However, the following tips will help you to have a safe and sound visit.

Tips for visiting Indra Waterfalls

  • As the fall is located at a distance from the city, it becomes isolated after 4 pm, therefore, avoid visiting the fall after sunset.
  • Avoid visiting the fall alone, always be in a group.
  • The safest time to visit is between 6 am to 4 pm.
  • It is much safer to visit the fall during the peak season, i.e December to February.
  • Carry water bottles, medicines, snacks, and other refreshments along.

Where to stay while visiting Indra Waterfall?

The town of Latehar is the best choice for a stay while visiting Indra Waterfall.

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Monalisa Bose Roy

A travel blogger cum financial expert with a vision to encourage tourism in Eastern India. Bose was born and brought up in the steel city of Jamshedpur, located in the Indian state of Jharkhand. Being born in the Eastern region, Bose has visited a lot of lesser-known places in the region. By her writing, she tries to spread awareness about those undiscovered gems of Eastern India.

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